Dip Dye is the New Ombre #TargetStyle {Sponsored}

target dip dyeWhether you call it an ombre, gradation or the more technical term when referring to clothing: dip dye, this is one trend that’s hot for spring. Basically, it’s the new color blocking. And from my hair (I’m still in the ombre phase) to my clothes and accessories, this is one fun accent to update your wardrobe with.

I recently stopped by Target (last call for the Prabal Gurung collaboration!), and saw a variety of dip dye items ranging from tops/sweaters (even workout tops!), shorts, bags, and scarves to beach hats.

Instantly gravitating to the Mossimo Dip-Dye Scarf ($14.99) — this is the perfect transition item from winter to spring (and can easily be carried out through fall). It gradates from white to a grayish/green tone to black (which basically describes my color scheme as of late). So until I break out the summer brights, the styling possibilities are endless. Plus the beauty of a dip dye scarf is the look changes based on how you wrap it.

Lara Eurdolian

{Ombre hair, ombre scarf}

Lara Eurdolian

{Mossimo Dip-Dye Scarf over Converse One Star Ruched Tunic top (available at Target) matched with a leather black bomber jacket and gray jeans)

Lara Eurdolian

How to style it: Since dip dyes stay within a certain tone range the best way to match it, is to take the dominant color and compliment it as you would normally if you were wearing that color solo. This especially is true for bright color schemes. In the case of my scarf it was fairly neutral and divided between the shades of black, white and gray so I mixed grays and blacks as part of my look.

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Brand Statement: It’s time for Springtime.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Target via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Target.